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    More orders for IHC Caland

    Yard News // December 20, 2002
    IHC Caland in the Netherlands has won several orders recently in the offshore field.

    These include a contract from Agip Nigeria for the supply and installation of a CALM buoy export system. The facility will be installed early 2003 on the Okono field, and will be used for the export of crude oil produced from the field FPSOs.

    Another contract is for the turnkey supply of an FSO for a major oil company in Nigeria. The unit will be made from the conversion of an existing VLCC and will be installed and commissioned on the field end 2004.

    IHC Caland also won an order from TotalFinaElf Nigeria for the operation of the Amenam FSO. This unit is presently being completed in Korea and will be delivered under a turnkey supply contract previously obtained by the Group. Field installation will beearly 2003 with the operating contract to commence immediately.

    Malaysian International Shipping Corporation Berhad (MISC) ordered a turret to be delivered by the end of 2003 and installed on a Petronas FPSO for the production of Lukut field in Malaysia.

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